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  • Anne Sterling

    Editorial and Design Assistant

    Anne is originally from Milwaukee, WI but received a B.A. in Art History from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. Throughout college, Annie interned in New York with Allure, Elle, and Conde Nast Traveler. After graduating, she worked as an Editorial Assistant at the New York Post. After attending culinary school in London, she relocated to Orange County to work at Orange Coast. She loves Indian food and does a fantastic impression of a squealing pig.

 

Beer Behind the Scenes: Sampling Original Brews in O.C.

A few snaps of our quest for the best beers, listed in our December issue

Burly gourd, Mrs. Stoutfire, The Ol' Switcheroo—these are just a few of the creatively named craft brews our team got to try for our December issue. Sampling more than 30 beers—hey, someone's gotta do it—our hoppy experience happily overwhelmed our senses, causing a dizzying, yet eye-opening, intro to the world of craft beer. We're amazed at the endless ingredients and techniques used by brewmasters all around Orange County, to create some truly original blends. Take a peek at our behind-the-scenes photos, and check out this month's issue to see which breweries reign supreme. Read more...

The Cronut Chronicles: Cronut Crazy

I know you'll feel sorry for me when I say that last month I sacrificed my health to find the best-tasting O.C. cronut for our Three's a Trend piece. Our team tried nine different croissant-donut hybrids from five local bakeries--Pandor, The Donuttery, Paris Baguette, Café 109, and Kelly's Burgers & Donuts--and narrowed it down to three. We crowned Kelly's blueberry cronut the winner. Read more...

Stuff We Love | O.C. Editors Blog

  • Perfect Getaway: The Eastern Sierra

    Mark the change of seasons with a drive along the Eastern Sierra, where U.S. 395 threads a colorful path through vibrant autumn scenery. The 230-mile roadway through Inyo and Mono counties is flanked by stands of aspen, cottonwood, and willow trees in hues of gold, orange, and red until the end of October. Designated a state scenic highway, the route passes along the charming cities of Bishop, Crowley Lake, Mammoth Lakes, and Bridgeport, and the eastern side of Yosemite National Park. Pack your binoculars and be prepared for challenging mountain trails to reach some breathtaking views. Read More

Priscilla Mayfield on Food in Orange County

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